An innocent cab driver caught up in a bomb blast as police closed in and killed a suspected terrorist in Strathroy, Ont., has filed a lawsuit against the RCMP and other authorities for the trauma he says was visited on him.
The City of Toronto says York University owes it a significant amount of money due to unpaid water bills, a claim the university disputes and blames on faulty water meters that are providing incorrect readings.
Two of the three members of the same family who were killed in their Ajax home earlier this month were stabbed and the third victim was asphyxiated, according to autopsy results released by Durham police.
More than a dozen urban thinkers have penned an open letter urging city council to reject Mayor John Tory’s preferred plan for the revitalization of Yonge Street in North York in favour of a more ambitious proposal that would remove two lanes of traffic.
The country's annual pace of inflation sped up to 2.2 per cent last month, its fastest pace in more than three years as the rate moved above the central bank's ideal bull's-eye of two per cent, Statistics Canada said Friday.